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NFL Injury Report:
While the New Orleans Saints are expected to have wide
receivers Marques Colston and Lance Moore, who each exited last Sunday’s game with
head injuries, when they take on the Atlanta Falcons tonight, they will be without
six players, including wide receiver Courtney Roby.
Colston and Moore did not appear on the team’s injury report
this week despite leaving last weekend’s contest after suffering head injuries.
This is a good sign for the team and means quarterback Drew Brees should have
two of his top targets available tonight against the Falcons.
Beyond Roby, who’s dealing with a shoulder injury, offensive
linemen Charles Brown (knee) and Bryce Harris (knee), defensive linemen Tom
Johnson (back) and Junior Galette (knee) and safety Isa Abdul-Quddus
(concussion) are all listed as out against Atlanta.
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